Carroll’s Kelli Damman and Snider’s Malik Williams are sporting some new T-Shirts thanks to Marathon/Phil’s One Stop after being named Fill It Up All-Stars last Friday on the Highlight Zone.
3A No. 8 Tippecanoe Valley picked up a key conference win defeating 2A No.1 Whitko 47-39.
Summit City’s Joe Hacker lit the lamp three times on Wednesday night as the Panthers bested Homestead 6-2 to headline local prep hockey action.
At a skilled six-foot-five, Ignacio Martinez-Pardo is making a name for himself on the basketball court – and it’s a name new to the hoops scene in northeast Indiana for a good reason.
Homestead bested former NHC rival Columbia City 63-46 in boys basketball on Tuesday night to headline a busy evening on the area hoops scene.
North Side remains no. 4 in 4A while Blackhawk Christian slides to no. 6 in 1A.
We are proud to honor the Snider boys and girls swim team as our Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
Grace Hunter scored 22 points as Bellmont bested Blackford 55-33 to headline local prep basketball on Monday.
Homestead no. 2 in 4A, Concorida, Tippecanoe Valley, and Dwenger all ranked in 3A top 10, while Whitko remains no. 1 in 2A.
With just over two weeks until the start of the IHSAA Girls Basketball state tournament, the sectional pairings draw was held Sunday with teams learning who they will face first on the road to Bankers Life Fieldhouse.
Champions were crowned in the ACAC and NECC annual tournament titles.
19 games hit the airwaves in the latest edition of the Highlight Zone with Malik Williams leading Snider to an overtime win against Homestead while there was a Tom Izzo sighting elsewhere in the Summit City.
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Garrett boys basketball coach Seth Coffing was arrested on battery charges at an Indianapolis nightclub hours after his Railroaders team played a game at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis early Sunday morning January 8.
De’Jour Young earned her first career double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, but it was not enough as the Fort Wayne women’s basketball team fell to Denver 78-72.
Whtiko and Leo picked up key wins in girls basketball action on Thursday night.
Concordia’s Sylare Starks and Homestead’s Brandon Durnell proudly showed off their new swag after being honored as Fill It Up All-Stars on the Highlight Zone on January 6th.
Bishop Dwenger edged New Haven 54-50 in overtime Wednesday night at Armstrong Arena to headline the local hoops scene.
Jared Lamothe netted three goals as Bishop Dwenger bested Leo 9-4 in a match-up between two of the area’s top teams on Wednesday night.
Homestead bested Blackhawk Christian 74-42 in a match-up of top 10 teams in their respective class while the ACAC and NECC tournaments tipped off on Tuesday night.